(Bluetooth Development) Looking for willing participant with a Nike+ Device

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  1. shortperson1026

    shortperson1026 Active Member

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    We need a specific log because that data may be the key to either unlocking bluetooth or gaining needed info.

    Note that you need the actual Nike+ device that looks like this:

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    Please AIM me if you are interested.

    shortperson1026
  2. .xLr8™

    .xLr8™ New Member

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    Yes true ^
  3. ebarajas

    ebarajas New Member

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    I'm interested.
    But, would I need anything else besides the Nike+ iPod kit?
  4. shortperson1026

    shortperson1026 Active Member

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    Just some files and a jailbroken iPod Touch 2G.

    AIM me for more info.
  5. blueagewizard

    blueagewizard New Member

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    I would like to help... your offline atm so I'll pm you later
  6. rpconnect

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    ahh, someon'e thinking..... you're on the right track....

    in theory we shouldnt need this since as soon as the nike+ app is activated on the touch i'd assume that the bt system is as 'activated' as it can be and we should be able to see that from the logs (but i've found nothing new there... just the initial results from the iPod startup scripts).

    also, have you tried to disable the native BTServer and start the nike+ app? its pretty interesting....

    although its possible that the BTServer won't 'fully activate BT' until it actually starts talking w/ the nike+ sensor or remote, but offhand that seems fishy....

    i guess we'll just have to try with an actual nike+ connection to see for sure....
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    .xLr8™ New Member

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    I've looked at syslogs before but did it with more care last night and found these after nike+ app is run. Pretty interesting? Anyway this helped me make bluetooth always on on the 2g.
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    Mar 13 20:07:04 whoaadude Preferences[58]: BT: setDeviceScanningEnabled : true
    Mar 13 20:07:04 whoaadude Preferences[58]: BT: setDevicePairingEnabled : true
    Mar 13 20:07:04 whoaadude Preferences[58]: BT: setDeviceScanningEnabled : true
    Mar 13 20:07:04 whoaadude Preferences[58]: BT: setDevicePairingEnabled : true
    Mar 13 20:07:04 whoaadude Preferences[58]: BT: BTLocalDeviceGetPairedDevices returned 0 devices
    Mar 13 20:07:04 whoaadude Preferences[58]: BT: PairingAgentStatusEventCallback: event:0 - result:0
    Anyway I'll try to look at the syslog after disabling btserver and running nike+.
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    I was wondering i need someone with nike+'s syslog to look at it.
  8. G8D

    G8D New Member

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    I'm so wet right now.
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    .xLr8™ New Member

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    Wow.....
  10. G8D

    G8D New Member

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    I felt that this deserved a bump because it could be very important to the developent of Bluetooth for 2Gs.. Plus I'm still quite wet..

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